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Ian Mackay says: "It's certainly not as effective as other childhood vaccines, like for mumps, measles, and so on," "The flu vaccine's effectiveness can be as low as 20 to 30 per cent. Some years, it's been recorded as even less than that. A good year is about 60 per cent effectiveness" External link

theage Thursday, April 19, 2018 9:34:00 AM CEST

Ian Mackay says: "There are a couple of arguments against that," "One is that we don't have any evidence for it. The second is that very few people in Australia, in some groups, get vaccinated. So very few children, for example, are getting vaccinated, which means people who are massive transmitters of flu virus aren't getting a lot of vaccine. So that's not what's driving it. There's a lot of variation [mutation] happening in the virus normally" External link

theage Thursday, April 19, 2018 9:34:00 AM CEST

John Mathews explains: "We do know immunity tends to wane over time," External link

theage Thursday, April 19, 2018 9:34:00 AM CEST

John Mathews says: "The flu is a very clever pathogen because it's able to juggle its genes," "So if you happen to be infected by two different strains of flu virus and they get into the same cell, they can recombine their genes and produce something that's quite novel" External link

theage Thursday, April 19, 2018 9:34:00 AM CEST

John Mathews says: "That's the basic reason flu hasn't gone away: it's too mutable," External link

theage Thursday, April 19, 2018 9:34:00 AM CEST

Ian Mackay says: "It's certainly not as effective as other childhood vaccines, like for mumps, measles, and so on," "The flu vaccine's effectiveness can be as low as 20 to 30 per cent. Some years, it's been recorded as even less than that. A good year is about 60 per cent effectiveness" External link

brisbanetimes Thursday, April 19, 2018 9:09:00 AM CEST

Ian Mackay says: "There are a couple of arguments against that," "One is that we don't have any evidence for it. The second is that very few people in Australia, in some groups, get vaccinated. So very few children, for example, are getting vaccinated, which means people who are massive transmitters of flu virus aren't getting a lot of vaccine. So that's not what's driving it. There's a lot of variation [mutation] happening in the virus normally" External link

brisbanetimes Thursday, April 19, 2018 9:09:00 AM CEST

John Mathews explains: "We do know immunity tends to wane over time," External link

brisbanetimes Thursday, April 19, 2018 9:09:00 AM CEST

John Mathews says: "The flu is a very clever pathogen because it's able to juggle its genes," "So if you happen to be infected by two different strains of flu virus and they get into the same cell, they can recombine their genes and produce something that's quite novel" External link

brisbanetimes Thursday, April 19, 2018 9:09:00 AM CEST

John Mathews says: "That's the basic reason flu hasn't gone away: it's too mutable," External link

brisbanetimes Thursday, April 19, 2018 9:09:00 AM CEST

Amesh Adalja said: “Those substances work to stop the virus from spreading,” External link

wrcbtv Wednesday, April 18, 2018 7:35:00 PM CEST

Amesh Adalja said: “The muscle aches, the fever all of that is the result of the immune system responding to the virus,” External link

wrcbtv Wednesday, April 18, 2018 7:35:00 PM CEST

Amesh Adalja said: “They are already having breathing difficulties. It can put them into a spiral very quickly where their breathing gets compromised,” External link

wrcbtv Wednesday, April 18, 2018 7:35:00 PM CEST

Amesh Adalja said: “Pregnant women are in a state of immunosuppression because the immune system is trying not to reject the fetus,” External link

wrcbtv Wednesday, April 18, 2018 7:35:00 PM CEST

Richard Webby added: "We do see something similar every few years with avian [bird] flu," External link

medicinenet Sunday, April 15, 2018 7:43:00 AM CEST

Richard Webby said: "What's making everyone a little bit more uneasy is that, looking at the sequence of the virus, it appears to have some mutations we think may indicate that the virus might have increased its ability to replicate in humans," External link

medicinenet Sunday, April 15, 2018 7:43:00 AM CEST

Richard Webby said: "We don't think that necessarily just this virus growing in [birds] would cause some of these [genetic] changes," External link

medicinenet Sunday, April 15, 2018 7:43:00 AM CEST

Len Horovitz said: "If there was human-to-human transmission, that would be worrisome," External link

medicinenet Sunday, April 15, 2018 7:43:00 AM CEST

Yoshihiro Kawaoka arvioi: ”On vain ajan kysymys, milloin immuuni variantti kehittää monistumisvimman ja alkaa levitä ihmisten kesken” External link

tiede Friday, December 22, 2017 8:51:00 AM CET

Yoshihiro Kawaoka arvioi: ”On vain ajan kysymys, milloin immuuni variantti kehittää monistumisvimman ja alkaa levitä ihmisten kesken” External link

tiede Friday, December 22, 2017 9:21:00 AM CET

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